This traditional art show and sale features artisans from the Midwest who have been selected by the 2021 Directory of Traditional American Crafts from Early American Life Magazine as the best in their fields. These artists and fine crafters will display and sell their beautiful works and happily educate the public on the traditional way “what they do” is still made and was used in the past. Artisans vary each year.
Woodworks, filigree, fine jewelry, and of course pewter creations have been featured in the past. Meet these craftsmen who love to share their knowledge and love of arts long past. Traditional Artisans Showcase and Sale takes place at ASL Pewter Foundry where a visitor can observe pewter being hand-crafted into works of art daily in Ste. Genevieve.
Tom or Pat Hooper Reservations and Information:
183 3rd Street, Sainte Genevieve, Missouri 63670, United States
ASL is open all year. Traditional Artisans Showcase occurs on the 3rd weekend in July
One small step up to enter
Locally or Family Owned Notes
ASL Pewter Foundry is where a visitor can observe pewter being hand-crafted into works of art daily in Ste. Genevieve. Other artwork displaced for the Traditional Artisans Showcase have been selected by Early American Life Magazine as the best in their fields of craftsmanship.